A successful compensation program allows your organization to compete for the best employees in your industry. Knowing whether you are competitive in the marketplace will be paramount in retaining top-performers and attracting new talent to your organization. Participants will learn the steps for developing a pay structure to ensure internal equity and to keep competitors from wooing away your most gifted employees. We will also discuss the trends around pay for performance and best practices for evaluating and communicating compensation.
- Understand the value of establishing a consistent compensation structure and review process
- Define your compensation philosophy and strategy to attract and retain your top talent
- Discuss factors to consider when considering variable pay plans
Who Will Benefit
- New and emerging leaders with little or no prior training or experience in managing others
- Experienced managers interested in increasing knowledge around compensation and incentives
- HR professionals and organizational leaders seeking compensation best practices
Thursday November 3, 2016
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
7401 SW Washo Ct.
Tualatin, OR 97062
HRCI Credits: 2.75
About the Presenters
Tana Thomson, SPHR
Vice President of Human Resources
Tana has serviced a large number of clients in a variety of industries including technology, retail, manufacturing and professional services. Tana regularly conducts workplace investigations, has served as an expert witness and is experienced in preparing EEOC/BOLI Complaint responses. She is adept at partnering with managers and business owners to proactively develop effective workplace policies and HR systems to maximize the employee/employer relationship.
Human Resource Representative
Tyler supports the human resource team in the coordination of various HR project and service deliverables for multiple clients. This includes training, employee handbook and job description development, compensation surveys, and unemployment management and leave tracking.